I dare you to tell Rahzel Brown that beatboxing is a thing of the past.
In case her new album’s title hasn’t tipped you off yet, Pink wants you to know she’s not dead.
It’s always a bit disarming to see someone who has performed thousands of times comment candidly on his or her still-developing skill of tuning an acoustic guitar.
Certainly, these films do appear to be bridging some form of cultural gap.
He is as abstract a fantasist of romance as Jacques Demy, who he surpasses through the sheer duration of his obsession.
Stewart Stern—it seems to go almost without saying—is best known for writing the screenplay to the seminal American classic, Rebel Without a Cause.
To enjoy the first half of Madonna’s show, without reservation, is to condone the singer’s propensity for self-congratulation.
The show reached a palpable climax with inspired renditions of three of the Walkmen’s best-known tracks.
George W. Bush’s human rights violations have fully caught up with today’s documentary filmmakers.
You can tell that the brief but potent career of Jeff Buckley has impacted yet another European singer-songwriter.
Sparks is little known outside its circle of devotees, who are die-harder than Bruce Willis.
Chaw rages against the Hollywood machine’s depictions of class, gender and race, puncturing political correctness.
Everywhere you went at the 49th San Francisco Film Festival you could feel a song coming on.
Any film connoisseur worth their salt knows that the purveyors of this genre aimed low but shot high.
Carrière is very much his own auteur, suavely playful and elegantly subversive.
Faith, in one way or another, seemed to be on trial frequently at the 30th CIFF.
Slant spoke with Zahedi about the dual challenges of serving his subject and his audience.
Only one feature, Les Saignantes, and one short, The Colonial Friend, struck me as unqualified masterpieces.
The Devil and Daniel Johnston hopes that Johnston and his mythic realities are never lost.
This installment focuses on nonfiction film, the hazards of independent distribution, and Cheshire’s own filmmaking debut, a documentary titled Moving Midway.